This is my wish list for january. Any of these items would really lift my mood
The good thing with places like Pinterest (where you’ll find my other wants from healthy avocado recipies, shoes and bags to laundry rooms… ) is that when you pin it up it’s almost as if you are actually already owning it.
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(jeans from MIH, Coat Carven, Shirt Vince, Sandal Givenchy, Bag Meredith Wendell, T-shirt Marni, Ring eddie Borgo, Loafer Gucci)
Pictures from: Net-a-Porter, Matches Fashion, Gucci
Oh my, I can’t breathe!
Oh no, It’s got nothing to do with reading 50 Shades of Gray.
I’m SO not into S&M I can’t tell you how bad I would be as a sub
My idea of hell!
I do get the love story. That sort of love when you will do (almost) anything to be close to the person for just an extra minute.
I had that with my man when we met 19 years ago!
No, this breathing difficulty is to do with the above bags from Valextra.
Valextra is all about amazing craftmanship without loud logos, often seen as the quieter Italian cousin of Hermes.
In 2000 the brand got a new lease of life when it was bought by architect Emanuele Carminati Molina. He got a new design team in, but he also re-employed retired Valextra artisans to teach the new generation their almost forgotten skills, and my favorite fashion illustrator fellow swede Liselott Watkins was commissioned to create illustrations.
Geometric Odet Maxi Dress
This excellent maxi dress from Jonathan Saunders is just the best party dress ever.
No need to starve yourself before the festive season, it covers and slims in just the right places and the clever colour blocking enhances where enhancing is appropriate, yeah you get it.
The black skirt is lined so you CAN wear knickers and they don’t have to be those large nobody-is getting-lucky -tonight-type- pants either.
It’s on sale at Liberty at the moment another good reason to invest.
Sorry friends you will see a lot of this dress in the coming weeks.
X-mas party’s, Christmas Day and New Years Eve, I will be there happily stuffing myself without a care in world. X L